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Climbing Onwards and Upwards

When Ozzie celebrated his second birthday and was not walking yet, his mother Erin knew something was wrong. Read more

Stephanie and Deb stand together in the third-floor oncology clinic

A Renovated Pharmacy for Cancer Patients

McMaster Children’s Hospital is home to the only Pediatric Cancer Program in south-central Ontario and cares for more than 800 cancer patients annually, with more than 100 new patients diagnosed each year. Read more

Ethan Zahn, holding up a photo of him in the hospital, with his family from Niagara Falls

McMaster Children’s Hospital Foundation Crowns a New Champion

Hamilton, ON: On January 18, associates from Walmart stores across the region celebrated the launch of the 2018 Children’s Miracle Network Champions presented by Walmart Canada program. Read more

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Intensive Care for the Tiniest Newborns

Welcoming a new baby into the world is an exciting time for families. Read more

Mother Jessica holding her son Riley at the hospital

Born 17 Weeks Early

Jessica and Tyler of Brantford were devastated when they lost their son Reece in June 2016. Read more

Mila laughing with her doctor at the hospital

Bouncing Back from Brain Cancer

Mila began to complain about severe headaches. In January 2016, the five-year-old from Welland also started to vomit frequently. Read more

Group shot in front of the newly named Scotiabank Child and Youth Clinic

Hospital Clinic Renamed in Recognition of Scotiabank

HAMILTON, ON: In recognition of Scotiabank’s 25 years of supporting McMaster Children’s Hospital Foundation, the 2G Child and Youth Clinic at McMaster Children’s Hospital was renamed the “Scotiabank Child and Youth Clinic” on November 6. Read more

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Join the MacKids Miracle Club

By joining the MacKids Miracle Club today, you can help patients like Riley, Katelyn, and Gabriel all year long for as little as $20 a month. It is an easy and convenient way to make a real difference in their lives.

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Making the Transition Easier

Transitioning from a pediatric to an adult hospital can be an overwhelming experience for patients and their families. A new app is currently in development to help make the transition easier. Read more

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Twenty-Five Years of Smiles

McMaster Children’s Hospital Foundation and Scotiabank are celebrating a milestone anniversary this year. Read more